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post #2381 of 3662
Something isn't right, your score is way too low and the physics score is very low for your 2600K. What was the score that it gave you once the test was done and it brought you to the main site? Was it P12197?
Edited by Xboxmember1978 - 5/28/13 at 7:26pm
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It's actually an i72600 non K but the turbo boost showed it hit 3.7Ghz, it was P12197... Is it normal to show my RAM speed at 667Mhz? It should actually have clocked up to 1600Mhz, it could be my problem but I don't know, still a rookie at these things.
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Didn't realize it had the K version in my sig... I'll change it now.
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Yeah I'd check to make sure everything is correct in BIOS for your hardware. I thought you had the 2600K from your sig. but yeah, that score is very low for what you have regardless
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I'll change the speed in the bios and do another test. I know that it's on auto at the moment.
post #2386 of 3662
Make sure it's on 1600mhz, 3DMark11 should show 800mhz because it's double bumped but you should be at P14000 - P16000 for a score, closer to P14000 being stock and closer to P16000 overclocked CPU, GPU etc
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I changed the memory frequency in the bios to 1600Mhz and I ran the test again, it's now P12913... still too low and it still showed 667Mhz, very strange. My CPU also hit 3.812Ghz, I'm not sure on the issue, it could a heating problem, I just got my H80i this morning since my temperatures were going close 90 in a matter of minutes with Prime95. I need to install it tomorrow and do another test. I still think that something else might be wrong, my cards are also factory OC.
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I changed the memory frequency in the bios to 1600Mhz and I ran the test again, it's now P12913... still too low and it still showed 667Mhz, very strange. My CPU also hit 3.812Ghz, I'm not sure on the issue, it could a heating problem, I just got my H80i this morning since my temperatures were going close 90 in a matter of minutes with Prime95. I need to install it tomorrow and do another test. I still think that something else might be wrong, my cards are also factory OC.

Could the fact that you don't have an SSD matter? Perhaps others have some insight on this since i'm not sure.
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I think that only affects load times and not fps but I don;t know, it may lower the score.
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I think that only affects load times and not fps but I don;t know, it may lower the score.
since it's a non-K version chip but you do have a Z77 mobo then you can always BLK clock it for a little boost.
run CPU-Z and it will show your actual RAM speed.
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